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bhilla ratna
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Hi everyone!

I would like to pursue my career in Java/J2EE.

Iam indian, about to complete my MS in software Engineering in december.When I look for jobs, what all I can see is for those who already have H1. Iam currently on F1. Iam not sure how to get hold of guys who can sponser my H1. What all I heard from my friends is that instead of trying jobs individually, they suggested that I should join a consultancy and get my H1 done and then look for jobs. Is that true?

I have 2 years of experience in india and 1 year here in US through interns. I have aslo finished Sun certifications(SCJP,SCWCD,SCBCD).

What should be my next step toward my career?

Thanks
bhilla
[ September 01, 2005: Message edited by: bhilla ratna ]
 
Jesus Angeles
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Originally posted by bhilla ratna:
Hi everyone!

I would like to pursue my career in Java/J2EE.

Iam indian, about to complete my MS in software Engineering in december.When I look for jobs, what all I can see is for those who already have H1. Iam currently on F1. Iam not sure how to get hold of guys who can sponser my H1. What all I heard from my friends is that instead of trying jobs individually, they suggested that I should join a consultancy and get my H1 done and then look for jobs. Is that true?

I have 2 years of experience in india and 1 year here in US through interns. I have aslo finished Sun certifications(SCJP,SCWCD,SCBCD).

What should be my next step toward my career?

Thanks
bhilla

[ September 01, 2005: Message edited by: bhilla ratna ]



just my 2 cents...

make sure you put your internship in your resume, as that is your top sell for now i think

if u have high MS grades, then put it also in resume

going with consultancy companies... the advantage is, they have numerous clients; so if ever that is an advantage, you will find assignment clients more easily....without applying for another position in another company, your consulting firm will help you,...or else 'release' you of course
 
bhilla ratna
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Thanks for your response.Any one have more to say?

Thanks
bhilla
 
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